Jacopo Barigazzi, giornalista, co-fondatore di Linkiesta.
Dino Pedreschi, un pioniere nella ricerca su big data.
Salvatore Iaconesi, interaction designer, hacker, artista.
Luca Chittaro, professore, direttore di HCI Lab.
Telmo Pievani, professore di filosofia delle scienze biologiche.
Marco Cattini, professore di storia economica, esperto di storia dell’ambiente.
Roberto Cingolani, scienziato, direttore scientifico dell’Istituto Italia di Tecnologia.
Innovacorp Enterprise Centre, 1344 Summer Street, Halifax NS, Canada
Friday, 2013, October 18
Dr. Dino Pedreschi, Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining Lab, University of Pisa and ISTI-CNR, Italy
We inhabit a measurable global society nowadays. The Big Data originating from the digital breadcrumbs of human activities, sensed as a by-product of the technologies that we use, let us observe the individual and collective behavior of people at an unprecedented detail. All the dimensions of our social life have big data "proxies":
Saturday, 2013, July 20 to Saturday, 2013, July 27
The Social Sciences are undergoing deep changes in terms of research style, data availability, underlying knowledge, and methods. Today, the availability of social ''big data'' cannot be overlooked by social scientists. Big data utilization and management will be an integral part of the future of Computational Social Science.
Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, Jaffalaan 5, 2628 BX Delft, The Netherlands.
Monday, 2013, July 15 to Wednesday, 2013, July 17
The summer school on ‘protecting your privacy in a networked world’ will try to reflect on the ethical, social and economic dimensions of privacy. It is necessary to understand that privacy is more than just protection of personal data. New technological developments such as Big Data raise concerns about the efficiency of our current privacy protection mechanisms. Questioning what the importance of privacy is, we should however think about the risks of too much privacy as well.